Ajax have taken a valuable Champions League first leg lead after beating Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 in London.
Spurs went into a first European Cup semi-final since 1962 without Harry Kane and the suspended Son Heung Min.
And it was four-time champions Ajax who struck first after 16 minutes. Academy product Donny van de Beek found space in the Tottenham box after a good pass from Hakim Ziyech.
Spurs were dealt a further blow before half-time after defender Jan Vertonghen suffered a head injury and had to replaced, with Moussa Sissoko coming on.
In a tight game, Spurs edged the possession battle 51% to 49 but Ajax had more shots on-target.
Ajax almost made it 2-0 with 11 minutes to go when David Neres hit the post with a well-struck shot.
However, they have to settle for a 1-0 lead which they will look to defend when Spurs visit the Johann Cruyff Arena for the second leg.
But it continues Ajax's fairytale campaign as they seek a first Champions League final appearance since 1996.
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